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Old 18-10-2021, 13:18   #16
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Re: Bitdefender Total Security

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Why would u want it to scan and rescan the same thing over and over again?
if the device has not been removed then you do not want it to.

As I have said before though something is not right with Coreys set up as it is doing strange things it should not be doing. IE flagging his gardar site and now possibly this

If my system was behaving this way and I had no answer as to why I would be doing a clean install just in case at the very least I would scan with BD Malwarebytes and possibly even esets online scanner.
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Old 19-10-2021, 13:10   #17
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Re: Bitdefender Total Security

If you're sure you don't want it scanned try opening Bitdefender go to Protection -> Settings.

From there you have options for Scan CD & DVD / Scan flash drives / Scan mapped network dives. I assume it will be one of these.

For each of these you can select Autoscan, Ask every time or Disabled.

(This is for Bitdefender Antivirus Plus)
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